my publications & grants
I credit Walt Disney with major motivation for me since childhood,
Kris Stewart thoughts on Walt Disney. It is good to see "higher ed" has come to realize this also from the Chronicle of Higher Education article,
http://chronicle.com/article/Walt-Disney-Reanimated/64701/, Walt Disney, Reanimated 21March 2010
Also, in tune with my professional career in Computer Science, I have been "forced" to rethink my relationship towards Steve Jobs. I was always a PC person, since the early days of computers and my Imsai 8080 kit computer
Zilog Z80 floating point co-processor.
Walt Disney/Steve Jobs reflections of an Emeritus Computer Science professor.
11aug2013 Dr. Kris Stewart has been trying to resolve the timeline of "her world" both professionally and with Walt Disney, surfing and rock-n-roll (Eric Clapton is God), online
Kris New Knee 25may2012
also set firstname.lastname@example.org as my email for FB
11aug2013 added EPIC dates and docs (towards the end of this file); 12jan2012 added glen builds simpson home in haena in 1987 (stayed with tex and dee in kilauea); 28dec2011- added http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Timeline_of_Star_Trek and http://www.space.com/12858-star-trek-timeline-science-fiction-infographic.html 29nov 2011 update - just watched Blade Runner - need to add it
kris timeline part1 '51-'92iniki - started as Palm Pilot note themes: life/computing/clapton(born 1945)/disney(born 1901-1966)/MS(diag?1986)/
Dec '37 Snow White first toon movie (feb '38 theaters) Pinocchio (1940) Fantasia (1940) The Reluctant Dragon (1941) Dumbo (1941) Bambi (1942) Saludos Amigos (1943) Victory Through Air Power (1943) Three Caballeros (1945) Make Mine Music (1946) Song of the South (1946) Fun and Fancy Free (1947) Melody Time (1948) So Dear to My Heart (1949) The Adventures of Ichabod and Mr. Toad (1949) Cinderella (1950) Treasure Island (1950) '51 July Alice in Wonderland. 10jan51 born camp pendleton hospital - Dad is serving in Korea 10jan52 1st birthday party - Capistrano Beach 10jan32 2nd birthday party - Capistrano Beach 10jan53 3rd birthday party - Parris Island, SC 10jan54 4th birthday party - Parris Island, SC 10jan55 5th birthday party - El Toro MCAS Wherry Park (Dad in Japan) 10jan56 6th birthday party - NAD Waikele, Oahu MedRecord from Wendy Baby Book: 3 shots for whooping cough, tetenus, diphtheria - 18july1951, 29aug51 10oct51 Booster shots on 19nov1952 DPT booster shot aug1954 Red measles - feb1955. Doctor diagnosed it as polio and Wendy was taken to the Orange County hospital in Santa Ana from San Clemente by ambulance Polio Shots - Dec1955, 13jan1956, Aug1956 Mumps - April 1956 - swollen both sides, no fever Chicken Pox - April 1956 Vaccination Small Pox repeated march 1956 Typhoid shots (3) - March 1956 German Measles April 1957 1952 Fender Electric Guitar Radio repairman Leo Fender and musician Doc Kaufman produce the better sounding version of the solid-body electric guitar. Jan 1952 Sun Records Launched Sam Phillips launches Sun Records, which will become the home for artists such as Elvis Presley, Jerry Lee Lewis, and Johnny Cash. 19apr53 Peter Pan. (mom baby book Kris/Wendy first movie experience) The Vanishing Prairie (1954) 20,000 Leagues under the Sea (1954) Jul 19, 1954 First Elvis Single Sun Records releases the first single by Elvis Presley, "That's All Right (Mama)"/"Blue Moon of Kentucky." '54 October ABC TV network Disney begins weekly tv show. Dec 1954 Shake, Rattle and Roll, Bill Haley and the Comets record an energetic dance tune, "Shake, Rattle, & Roll," a cover of a Joe Turner recording. April55 Wendy starts wearing glasses, far-sightedness & astigmatism '55 June film Lady and the Tramp. July55 Dland opens in Anaheim, California. Sept55 - first family trip to Disneyland (Wendy baby book from mom) October55 ABC TV Disney's second television show, Mickey Mouse Club. 1955 Davy Crockett: King, Wild Frontier 1955 James Dean and Rebel Without A Cause The film Rebel Without A Cause, starring James Dean, becomes a nationwide hit, especially with teenage audiences. The popularity of the film attests to the deep relationship between authority and rebellion in post-World War II America—a relationship that will help speed the rise of rock and roll music. Dec 1955 Early Rock Legends Elvis Presley, Little Richard, and Chuck Berry each debut on the pop charts. Jan 27, 1956 Elvis Heartbreak Hotel Elvis Presley records his first single for RCA, "Heartbreak Hotel." The song will become the first of many #1 hits for Presley and will help popularize rock and roll Mar 1956 Little Richard Long Tall Sally Little Richard's "Long Tall Sally," his biggest hit, reaches #6 on the pop charts. 1956 John Lennon and The Quarrymen John Lennon receives his first guitar as a gift from his mother. He will soon form his first band, the Quarrymen. Summer 1956-58 - Stationed Waikele (ammo dump for USN Pacific Fleet) Jul 6, 1957 John Lennon Meets Paul McCartney At a gig in Liverpool, John Lennon meets Paul McCartney. Lennon invites McCartney to join his group, the Quarrymen. Sum 1956 learned to ride 2 wheel bike w/o training wheels - age 4.5 years 05june1955 - United airplane trip SF to Honolulu (9 hr flight - good traveler) Sum 1956 - Wendy learned to swim age 5.5 yuears while a N.A.D. Waikele pool and Waianae beach where she dove for shells with facemask & snorkel sum 1956-58 waikele oahu / LST to big island & stayed @ volcano house (military vacation housing) Barber's Pt kindergarten & 1st grade HI a territory then (not a state yet) 10june1958 - SS Leilani from Honolulu to SF - she was a good sailor (Wendy book) Aug 5, 1957 Dick Clark and American Bandstand American Bandstand, a television show hosted by Dick Clark, premiers nationally on ABC. Sep 1, 1957 Jimi Hendrix Attends Elvis Presley Concert A fourteen-year-old Jimi Hendrix attends an Elvis Presley concert at Sicks Stadium in Seattle. Nov 3, 1957 Jerry Lee Lewis Great Ball of Fire "Great Balls of Fire," a Jerry Lee Lewis smash, blazes up the charts and becomes Sun Records' best-selling record Jan 1958 George Harrison Joins The Quarrymen George Harrison joins John Lennon's group, the Quarrymen. Feb 24, 1958 Chuck Berry Sweet Little Sixteen Chuck Berry's song, "Sweet Little Sixteen," reaches #2 on the pop chart. The song will become his biggest rock and roll hit. Mar 24, 1958 Elvis Drafted into Army Elvis Presley is inducted into the U.S. Army. He will serve in Germany from October 1958 to March 1960. Summer 1958-1960 - Camp Pendleton, parents purchase home in vista (245 ardys place) 2nd & 3rd grade (with pattie bussey/gallant) 1959 January Sleeping Beauty. '59 darby o'gill and the little people (sean connery) Feb 3, 1959 The Day the Music Died Rockers Buddy Holly, Ritchie Valens, and the Big Bopper are killed in a plane crash devastating young rock and roll fans across the nation. May 12, 1960 Frank Sinatra Honors Elvis Presley Frank Sinatra hosts a television special in honor of Elvis Presley's return to the U.S. from military service overseas. Elvis will be paid $125,000—roughly $868,000 in 2007 dollars—for appearing on the show. (Quite a homecoming!) Summer 1960-63 Kansas City (dad works with reserves) Prairie Village KS New Math starts with Mrs. O'Dell 5th grade 1961 Jan One Hundred and One Dalmations; Living Desert (1953) Sept'61 Disney Wonderful World of Color NBC-TV Dec 1961 The Beatles Debut The Beatles, formed from the members of the Quarrymen, make their performing debut at the Cavern Club in Liverpool. May 1961 Jimi Hendrix Enlists in Army Jimi Hendrix enlists in the U.S. Army and is stationed at Fort Ord in California. Dec 31, 1961 The Beach Boys Perform The Beach Boys, in one of their first public appearances, perform for a Ritchie Valens memorial concert in Long Beach, California. May 1962 The Beatles Audition for EMI The Beatles audition for EMI Records and are offered a contract on the condition that they replace one of the group's members, Pete Best. In the next few months, Richard "Ringo" Starkey will join the group. Jul 2, 1962 Jimi Hendrix Discharged Jimi Hendrix is injured during military training and is discharged. Upon release, he begins playing gigs with a number of artists including Little Richard and the Isley Brothers sum 1963-66 quantico MCS kris a dumb brat refusing to tour D.C. w/ family. family vacation to VaBeach williamsburg dates? 1963 JFK assisinated (7th grade waiting for bus home) Nov 1963 The Beatles I Want to Hold Your Hand The Beatles' song, "I Want to Hold Your Hand," is released in the United States and becomes an instant hit. Feb 7, 1964 The Beatles in America The Beatles arrive in the United States for a brief stay and a few live performances including a nationally televised appearance on The Ed Sullivan Show. 09feb64 beatles 1st ed sullivan show /7th grade Feb 9, 1964 The Beatles on Ed Sullivan Show The Beatles make their American television debut on The Ed Sullivan Show. Feb 11, 1964 The Beatles Live The Beatles perform their first live performance in the United States, at the Washington Coliseum in Washington, D.C. 1964 April NY World Fair 4 Disney-designed rides 1964 A Hard Day's Night - British black-and-white comedy film directed by Richard Lester and starring The Beatles "John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison and Ringo Starr" during the height of Beatlemania. 1964-1974 George Harrison and Pattie Boyd marriage Feb 19, 1966 Janis Joplin Debuts Janis Joplin debuts as the lead singer of Big Brother and the Holding Company. Mar 1, 1966 Beatles More Popular Than Jesus John Lennon is quoted in London's Evening Standard as saying the Beatles are "more popular than Jesus now." News of Lennon's comments will reach the U.S. shortly before the Beatles kick off their 1966 American tour, and will infuriate many, inciting some to burn Beatles records. May 7, 1966 The Mamas and the Papas With their song, "Monday, Monday," the Mamas and the Papas become the first mixed-gender group to earn a number one hit on the Billboard charts. sum 1966 - 69 high school @ VHS Aug 1966 Lennon Pulls Away John Lennon begins to pull away from the Beatles, acting in the film How I Won the War, and writing new songs including "Strawberry Fields Forever" and, later while under the influence of LSD, "I Am the Walrus." 08sept1966 TV premiere of Star Trek wiliam shatner, leonard nimoy Sep 24, 1966 Jimi Hendrix Experience Formed Jimi Hendrix and Chas Chandler, the former bassist for the Animals, form the Jimi Hendrix Experience. 15dec'66 walt disney dies st. joe hospital burbank Jan 1, 1967 Rolling Stones Change Lyrics The Rolling Stones are invited to appear on the Ed Sullivan Show, but are asked to change the chorus of the song they've chosen to perform, "Let's Spend the Night Together," because Sullivan finds it "objectionable." The group agrees to alter the lyrics for the appearance to be "Let's spend some time together." Jan 1, 1967 The Summer of Love In early 1967, some 100,000 people migrate to the Haight-Ashbury region of San Francisco, California. The city will become the center for the "Summer of Love." Jan 1, 1967 San Francisco Human Be-In The Gathering of the Tribes, also called the Human Be-In, is held in San Francisco's Golden Gate Park. The event, which draws some 20,000 people, is the first of many free music-in-the-park festivals to be held during the late 1960s. 1967 John Lennon on Cover of Rolling Stone Rolling Stone magazine is founded in San Francisco. John Lennon appears on the cover of the first issue. Jun 17, 1967 Janis Joplin Launched At the Monterey International Pop Festival, singer Janis Joplin gives a phenomenal performance helping to launch her career as a rock and roll star. Jun 18, 1967 Jimi Hendrix Burns Guitar Jimi Hendrix performs at the Monterey International Pop Festival. In perhaps his most notorious performance, he ignites his Fender Stratocaster guitar during his final number. Aug 1967 Fleetwood Mac Forms Peter Green, John McVie, Jeremy Spencer, and Mick Fleetwood form the band Fleetwood Mac. 1969 Beatles White Album (Clapton plays lead on While My Guitar Gently Weeps) 03june1969 star trek final episode airs 20july 1969 apollo 11 - first to land on moon aug 69 kris falls in love w/surfer glen aug69-mar73 - UCSD undergrad / math (meet glen 1st night in dorms - caroline edson knows gary brink who glen is cruising dorms with) Jun 1968 The Mamas and the Papas Break Up Just one year after performing in the Monterey International Pop Festival, the Mamas and the Papas split. The group cites tensions stemming from sudden fame and wealth as a cause for the break up. Jul 7, 1968 Jimmy Page Forms Led Zeppelin Jimmy Page, former guitarist for the Yardbirds, forms a new group and names it Led Zeppelin. Jul 26, 1968 Decca Records Postpones Beggar’s Banquet Concerned about its vulgar cover art, Decca Records postpones the release of the Rolling Stones' record, Beggar's Banquet. Oct 18, 1968 John Lennon and Yoko Ono Arrested John Lennon and Yoko Ono are arrested and charged with possession of marijuana. Lennon will plead guilty but insist that police planted the drugs in his home. Oct 18, 1968 Jimi Hendrix Records All Along the Watchtower Jimi Hendrix, long influenced by folk singer Bob Dylan, records his own version of Dylan's "All Along the Watchtower". Nov 11, 1968 John Lennon and Yoko Ono Naked Cover Banned John Lennon and Yoko Ono release Unfinished Music No. 1: Two Virgins, their first album. The album, which features a photo of the couple naked, is banned in cities and towns all over the country, including New York where police seize some 30,000 copies. Nov 13, 1968 Atlantic Records signs Led Zeppelin Atlantic Records signs the British band Led Zeppelin. 1968 R. Stigwood manager/Cream had split up in late 1968. After the deaths of Eric Clapton's close friends Jimi Hendrix and Duane Allman, and the disappointing reception of his 1970 masterpiece, Layla & Other Assorted Love Songs, Clapton withdrew into drug addiction for several years. Dec 8, 1968 Elvis Career Boost NBC airs a special program titled "Elvis" featuring performances by the artist dressed in black leather. The widely viewed television special will mark the revitalization of Presley's waning musical career. Jan 30, 1969 The Beatles Rooftop Concert The Beatles perform together on the roof of Apple Corps, Ltd. in London, in what will become their last appearance as a group. May 1, 1969 Jim Morrison Flashes Crowd During a concert in Miami, Florida, a drunk Jim Morrison of The Doors encourages the crowd to take their clothes off, and seems to flash his genitals (although accounts of the event vary). The Miami Herald reports, "Morrison appeared to masturbate in full view of his audience, screamed obscenities and exposed himself." Morrison is arrested, charged, and convicted for profanity and indecent exposure, and The Doors will be forced to cancel much of their concert tour. Jun 29, 1969 Jimi Hendrix Experience Dissolves At the height of its popularity, the Jimi Hendrix Experience dissolves leaving the band's lead man to record and to perform at future gigs as a solo artist. Jul 3, 1969 Brian Jones Dies Brian Jones, one of the founding members of the Rolling Stones, is found dead in the swimming pool at his home in England. The coroner's report will state that the 27-year-old singer most likely died of a drug overdose, while some will suspect his death had been a suicide brought on by severe depression. Jul 26, 1969 Give Peace a Chance "Give Peace a Chance," a song recorded by John Lennon and Yoko Ono, reaches #14 on the pop chart. Jul 31, 1969 Elvis Performs in Las Vegas Elvis Presley performs a live concert for the first time since 1961. The concert, held at the International Hotel in Las Vegas, will be the first of his many performances delivered in Sin City. Aug 15, 1969 Woodstock The Woodstock Music and Art Fair is held in the town of Bethel in upstate New York. Nearly half a million people attend the 3-day event, which features artists such as Jimi Hendrix, Janis Joplin, Sly and the Family Stone, Joan Baez, Santana, the Grateful Dead, Jefferson Airplane, the Who, Creedence Clearwater Revival, Joe Cocker, Country Joe and the Fish, The Band, and Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young. Sep 13, 1969 Little Richard Returns After several years out of the spotlight, Little Richard appears at a rock and roll concert in Toronto, Canada, alongside such artists as Chuck Berry, Fats Domino, Jerry Lee Lewis, and John Lennon. Sep 18, 1969 Janis Joplin Solo [M31]Janis Joplin, no longer a member of Big Brother and the Holding Company, released her first solo album, I Got Dem Ol' Kozmic Blues Again (Mama). Sep 1969 Ozzy Osbourne and Black Sabbath The band Earth Blues Company, fronted by singer John "Ozzy" Osbourne, compose the song "Black Sabbath" and begin performing it at gigs in England. Within one month Earth will rename itself after the track. Dec 1, 1969 Altamont Speedway The Rolling Stones throw a free concert at the Altamont Speedway near San Francisco, California. The concertgoers clash with the Hell's Angels, a motorcycle club that has been hired to provide security. Many are wounded and Meredith Hunter, a young African-American man attending the show, is stabbed and killed. Dec 16, 1969 John Lennon War is Over If You Want It "War Is Over! If You Want It!" reaches #11 on the Billboard chart. The song is recorded by John Lennon and Yoko Ono as a Christmas message to the nation. spr70 glen arrested tujunga/la canada fall 70 muir dorms w/chris kirtley Dec 1970 Eric Clapton Solo Eric Clapton records his debut album, which includes blues-inspired tracks such as "After Midnight" and "Let It Rain." In the following months, Clapton will become addicted to heroin and will fail to complete recording projects. Dec 1970 Aerosmith Brad Whitford, Tom Hamilton, Joey Dramer, Joe Perry, and Steven Tyler form the band Aerosmith. Apr 10, 1970 Paul McCartney Leaves Paul McCartney announces his decision to leave the Beatles. fall 71 apts muir campus Feb 27, 1971 Janis Joplin Last Album Janis Joplin's album Pearl is released posthumously. Jul 3, 1971 Jim Morrison Dies Jim Morrison, 27-year-old front man for The Doors, is found dead of a heart attack in the bathroom of his hotel room in Paris. Oct 1971 John Lennon Performs at the Apollo John Lennon performs at a benefit concert in New York's Apollo Theater for the families of inmates at Attica Prison. 21jan1972 first star trek convention in new york city fall72 dog Ed (so cool - to classes) living la jolla village fall72 McGovern campaign worker vista Dec 1972 Senate Pushes for John Lennon’s Deportation The U.S. Senate Internal Security Subcommittee of the Judiciary Committee reports on John Lennon's involvement with radicals. Some members of the Senate, including South Carolina Senator Strom Thurmond, will suggest that Lennon be deported, and for nearly four years, Lennon will fight to remain in the U.S. 13jan1973 London Rainbow Theatre concert - Pete Townshend gets Eric Clapton back on stage after heroin addiction winter quarter 73 kris graduates from ucsd/muir college - math major spr73 kris UCB (glen at ucsd international ctr) mar73-sum73-UCB student assistant job with academic affairs summer73 kris visits glen@international center/ucsd) Jul 6, 1973 Queen The British band Queen releases its self-titled debut album. Aug 73 George Lucas American Graffiti (Harrison Ford as Falvo) Aug 73 - UCBerkeley grad numerical, job with econ prof. jagdish bhagwati on sabbatical from Columbia (his wife: Padma Desai) www.columbia.edu/~jb38/ - quit spr94 (alan meier intro to scott ezer /oops! Cancel wedding sum74) fall73-spr74 kris UCB fails Math/phD try sum74-sum76 kris is harmon craig's slave at SIO/GEOSECS Jan 2, 1975 Beatles Break Up In London, the Beatles announce the official break up of the group. Many fans will blame John Lennon's wife Yoko Ono for the split. march 26, 1975 glen & kris marry in las vegas (240 1/2 prospect,LJ) springer span. jennifer & cat fred Mar 29, 1975 Led Zeppelin Top Charts Led Zeppelin has six albums on the pop charts, a feat never before accomplished by any other band. Apr 3, 1975 Aerosmith Toys in the Attic The band Aerosmith releases its chart-topping second album, Toys in the Attic, which features hits "Sweet Emotion" and "Walk This Way." Jul 11, 1975 Fleedwood Mac has New Lineup Lindsey Buckingham and Stevie Nicks join the band Fleetwood Mac. Singer and songwriter Bob Welch is also a recent addition. By this time, original members Peter Green and Jeremy Spencer are no longer part of the group. Jul 28, 1975 Black Sabbath Sabotage World Tour Black Sabbath kicks off their Sabotage World Tour to promote their sixth album. Lynyrd Skynyrd, KISS, and Peter Frampton will open for them on the tour. Oct 27, 1975 Bruce Springsteen as Icon Bruce Springsteen is officially a national sensation, appearing on the covers of both Newsweek and Time magazines. Dec 27, 1975 Bohemian Rhapsody The English band Queen releases its second album, A Night at the Opera, featuring a seven-minute rock operetta entitled "Bohemian Rhapsody." Apr 1977 Hotel California The Eagles top the charts with "Hotel California." Jun 26, 1977 Elvis Last Concert Elvis Presley gives what will be his last live performance at Market Square Arena in Indianapolis, Indiana. Elvis Dies Elvis Presley, unconscious, is rushed to Baptist Memorial Hospital. Efforts to revive him fail and he is pronounced dead. The exact cause of death will become one of the great mysteries of rock and roll history. fall 1976 kris@sdsu masters NA/CS discovery (no to stat) spr77 fall 1977 mary ann herndon (1 sem only) thanks to gill williamson for grad course May 1977 star wars released 1977 Fall Conf ACM Signum /SIAMAlbq mac hyman LANL learn of Doe Summer intern Spr 78 start building Z80/imsai box (Computerland in Kearny Mesa) sum 78 move to 655 zuni dr. Del Mar 1978 sum @ sandia labs (with larry shampine) z80 kit spr 1978 gil williamson combinatorics (coupled w/jim bunch - ?algorithms? ?spr 79 fred krogh&pre-PCs 8088/7? spr 79 grad & sum 79 off to JPL altadena meadows (moped) 27mar1979 eric clapton weds pattie boyd/harrison in tuscon arizona (harrisons divorced in mid70s) Jun 1, 1979 Chuck Berry Performs at White House Chuck Berry performs for President Jimmy Carter at the White House. '79 DNA: The Hitch-Hikers Guide to the Galaxy fall79 start 2 years @ JPL w/fred k & chuck lawson (fall80 Honolulu marathon) fall 1979 glen connects w/jim sutton (@bank) & ken ross / House (look up Fine HomeB) 07dec1979 star trek movie released (shatner, nimoy and vger) '80 DNA Restaurant@End of Universe 26aug1980 actor chris pine born (kirk in jj abrams GREAT Star Trek movie)
dec80 honolulu marathon (1st vacation not dictated by academic calendar - once off probation as JPL employee - my location when john lennon killed outside the Dakota NYC
fall 80 ODE methods conf in Urbana, linda petzold& i are mutt & jeff; host Gear kris studies AAS w/fred krogh at JPL 12-16 jan 1981 3rd IIMAS Workshop NumAnal Cocoyoc, Mexico - kris attends
Dec 8, 1980 John Lennon Assassinated - Upon returning home from a recording session, John Lennon is shot and killed. His delusional assassin, Mark David Chapman, will claim that J. D. Salinger's novel The Catcher in the Rye inspired him to murder the musician.
1981 MTV Begins MTV, Music Television, launches. The channel shows music videos 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. MTV will revolutionize the way people experience music. Dec 1981 Prince Opens for Rolling Stones The young artist Prince opens for the Rolling Stones on their national concert tour, boosting his popularity. fall 81 kris off to UNM / cleve focus math (functnl analysis w/dick allen) glen to zuni bin w/gary B / del mar jan 1982 eric clapton to hazelden rehab center for alcoholism Apr 14-16, 1982 International Conference on Stiff Computation, Park City, Utah Spr 82 arrested leaving / Golden Inn in ABQ withdrew from UNM spr 82 May 82 jim ross drives thru alb. to minn.suggests Job NA @ SDSU 25June1982 - Blade Runner released '82 Lax Report - DoE & NSF http://csep1.phy.ornl.gov/CSEP/OV/NODE14B.html '82 DNA Life, the Universe & Everything fall82/spr83 hired as lecturer m541/m542 20sept1983 clapton (jeff beck & jimmy page) concert to fight MS (ronnie lane) fall83 return UNM to salvage life-compiler construction w/barney mcCabe / karen george good budy (who ends up going to australia) xmas'83 1st MS attack optic neuritis - home for holidays from UNM (zuni garage) left eye goes black. no health insurance. go to opthamolist who sends to neurologist who finally says optic neuritis is precursor of MS NASA/ASEE Summer Fellow, Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Pasadena, CA, 1983 and 1984 '84 DNA So Long&Thanks for All the Fish ? sum 84 SIAM 50th@stanford kris arrested on the way to get glen@SFO check into LA hospital for alcoholism treatment 01june1984 star trek III - the search for spock NASA/ASEE Summer Fellow, Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Pasadena, CA, 1983 and 1984 sum 84 buy home sum 84 L.A. Olympics-thx mom fall 84 faculty start@ sdsu(kris=ABD) sum 85? JPL/faculty appt in caltech dorms -glen portHueneme - FineHB cover with tim andersen Apr 1985 Parents Lobby A group of women, including several wives of influential politicians, form the Parents Music Resource Center in order to pressure the music industry to regulate lyrical content by developing a rating system similar to the one used by the film industry. Apr 1985 Artists Named Filthy The Parents Music Resource Center (PMRC) issues an open letter to music and television media executives requesting the regulation of content in music lyrics and music video imagery. The letter also sites a list of artists that the PMRC deems most "filthy," including AC/DC, Black Sabbath, Cyndi Lauper, Judas Priest, Madonna, Prince, and Twisted Sister. Jul 13, 1985 Live Aid For the first time in nearly seven years, Ozzy Osbourne performs on stage with Black Sabbath at the Live Aid charity concert series. Other performers on the bill include Paul McCartney of the Beatles, Bob Dylan, U2, David Bowie, and Queen who delivers one of the most memorable stadium performances in rock history. Hip-hop group Run DMC is also scheduled to perform but is cut off during its first song. Oct 1985 RIAA Creates Explicit Label The Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) submits to the demands of the PMRC to create a warning sticker for all music with content deemed "explicit." FebMar1986 Fine HB "Craftsman-Style Beach House? cover for Glen Port Hueneme 26nov1986 star trek iv: the voyage home - movie (shatner, nimoy) 1987 glen moves to haena, kauai to work on george & carol simpson's new home (carol simpson mills recalls when we visited jan2012) ?jan87 - see spinka for MS (letter to NIH giving summary of my disease - tryptophan user from CostCo records) may87-phd diploma UNM (after stacking bricks) '87DirkGently'sHolisticDetectiveAgency 03may90 EC@sports arena journeyman - first time see him live. smiles rarely july90wrigley field cub's game - SIAM - last drunk Dec 1991 Nirvana Nevermind and Grunge Nirvana's album Nevermind is a smash hit and ushers in a new trend in rock based in the American Northwest. Independent label rock artists and garage bands like Pearl Jam, Soundgarden, Hole, L7, and Mudhoney will gain widespread commercial success throughout the 1990s. 1991 Lollapalooza Inspired by a music festival he attended in California, Perry Ferrell, front man for the rock band Jane's Addiction, organizes Lollapalooza, a series of concerts featuring a diverse mix of performers. The music exhibition is the first of its kind to tour throughout the United States and Canada and will become a huge success, boosting the popularity of a new generation of rock bands such as Jane's Addiction, Living Colour, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Pearl Jam, Rage Against the Machine, L7, Hole and The Smashing Pumpkins, as well as provocative hip-hop groups such as Ice T & Body Count, Cypress Hill, Wu Tang Clan, and The Roots. 91 Tenure/Assoc Prof right at the 7 year deadline ?july 91 spinka writes brief clinical history of my MS for NIH or was this '87? Nov 24, 1991 Freddie Mercury Dies of AIDS Freddie Mercury, the front man for Queen, dies of AIDS at his home in London. The following year, the surviving members of the band will throw "A Concert for Life," an AIDS benefit dedicated to Mercury. Performers will include Guns 'n' Roses, Metallica, and Elton John. nov91-SC91 in Alb kris SDSC booth '92-clapton MTV unplugged show [acoustic layla and my fathers eyes premiere] '92clapton; grammy for tears in heaven 11sept92 iniki category 4 Hurricane demolishes kauai (turners, kitches there) july'93-STEP '94 northridge earthquake/17 Jan '94 (ML=6.4) recorded by 65 stations spr 94 www.stewart.cs.sdsu.edu (thanks to Lloyd Fosdick CU Boulder computational science showing me mosaic) Apr 8, 1994 Kurt Cobain Dies The body of Kurt Cobain, front man for the band Nirvana, is discovered in his home near Seattle, Washington. Autopsy reports conclude that Cobain died approximately three days earlier of a "self-inflicted shotgun wound to the head." july'94 - STEP shift gears to develop browser use for teaching in high school july'95 - STEP teachers preview their curricula using browsers http://web.archive.org/web/19961127194016/http://www.stewart.cs.sdsu.edu/ dec'95 - Supercomputing '95 at SanDiego Convention Center, Sid Karin chair, STEP demos hit for SD county high school teachers 04June1996 STEP Joins Computerworld/Smithsonian IT Collection http://web.archive.org/web/19961127194110/http://www.stewart.cs.sdsu.edu/smithsonian/ http://web.archive.org/web/19981206102654/http://innovate.si.edu/1996/96short/96ea27s.htm -------------- Supercomputer Teacher Enhancement Program (STEP) Developed By: San Diego Supercomputer Center Inservice training of secondary school science teachers reduces the time lag from when science is created at the supercomputer center to when it becomes part of the curriculum. -------------- Nov 1996 Dean Short does NOT support promotion to Prof sum96 i'm 45 USMastersSwim all american distance swimmer SC97San Diego San Jose - 50 yr birthday of computers - STEP success for SDSC http://www.stewart.cs.sdsu.edu/SC97/ STEP: A Case Study on Building a Bridge between HPC Technologies and the Secondary Classroom Kris Stewart/Janet Bowers
'97 http://www.nsf.gov/od/lpa/nsf50/nsfoutreach/htm/n50_z2/pages_z3/37_pg.htm NPACI starts (thanks Dr. Sid Karin for inviting me to be part of the National Partnership for Advanced Computational Instructure) starts (thanks Dr. Sid Karin for inviting me to be part of the National Partnership for Advanced Computational Instructure) http://www.sdsc.edu/pub/envision/v14.1/edcenter.html Enhancing Undergraduate Curriculum thourhg NPACI's Ed Center
'98/99 Professor [Steve Roeder Dean CoS] ? 98 l.a. earthquake? 28may98 clapton @ cox arena SDSU w/gang & thanks to joe vasquez for good tickets 1998 Lollapalooza Declines RANGEEND_LOLLA By 1996, the touring music festival Lollapalooza, tainted by the death of Nirvana front man Kurt Cobain, begins its ultimate decline. Founder Perry Ferrell, who had created the event to showcase new, edgy rock and hip-hop acts, quits. Fans of the event become disillusioned by the more "mainstream" acts on the line-ups and increasing violence at the shows. The festival tour, after a seven-year run, will be cancelled in 1998. It will be revived, with only minimal success, by Ferrell himself in 2003. 01jan01 clapton marries melia in surrey Jan01 Kris turns 50 - JCC laps to perri como show 'fifty nifty united states.' song 23july01 - neuro spinka says mri =>ABC drug (copaxone - my life style) 18aug01 EC Staples Arena LA (thanks to slowhand member in diamond bar) 09nov01 world trade ctr towers fall 21june02 knee replaced [Ned Young Surgeon, left quite a scar] 07july2002 SIAM in Philadelphia - Lourdes Mark loaned me her collapsable wheelchair to get me to see the Liberty Bell apr03 (1 week) new orleans with glen SDSU spr break 23apr03 - jack d. says i've graduate knee therapy (zion) june03 SIAM in montreal - kris presents 14aug03 - RdTrip with pattie g. laguna seca monterey historic cars (walts barn on return) oct03 - san diego cedar fire storms nov03 SC03 in phoenixAZ apr04 purchase suburu (bob baker carlsbad - finance with chase 1.9% $440/mo) 1-800-662-3325 left to pay $1757 dec07 11jun04 seussentential Del Mar fair 20june04 selma douglas dies (103 3/4 years old) july04 SIAM portland OR (meet up with patty c.-run into dave k.(without elaine) aug04 EC Hollywood bowl (hummer limo with gang) 25july04 fly to West Point for EOT-PACI discussions game program platforms for HPC ed (great for a marine corps brat!) Oct 2005 Guitar Hero Guitar Hero debuts on Sony's PlayStation 2 video game console, allowing gamers to rock out on a plastic guitar in synchronization with digitized axe gods. The addictive game soon becomes a nationwide sensation, with sales of the game and its sequels exceeding $1 billion by 2008. Guitar Hero helps lead to a resurgence in popularity for many of the classic rock acts featured in its gameplay. 15mar07-EC(&jjCale)SportsArena (rick w. got our tickets) derek trucks 25mar07-EC Edmonton - thanks jeannie! 24oct-01nov2007 San Diego Fire Storm - SDSU (and city) shut down for a week, giving roads to firefighters/first-responders 30june2009 - Clapton Winwood Hollywood Bowl (with dave and judie swinnerton) 06nov2010 - Kaiser MS symposium-met dr. jaffe (rehab doctor - exercise+MS good) 15dec2010 - learned from dr. jaffe my proprioceptors need work 06-20jan2011 - Disney Wonder Cruise thru Panama Canal (Kris' 60th bday) 06march2011 - Clapton at Sports Arena (Valley View Casino Center, SD) 11march2011 - started with Ampyra (Dr. Jaffe kaiser recommended) to increase balance/strenth combatting MS 11aug2011 - Keb' Mo' at Humphrey's with Gunnar/Scarlett - WOW! reviewed Honeydripper and Can't You Hear the Wind Howl? 14Oct2011 - Glen and I go to the Pasadena Heritage Week for Bus Tour of Greene & Greene homes with tour of Bolton House interior [Glen's work] - fantastic! 18oct2011 - Pearl Jam 20 - KPBS Producers Club event at Stone Brewery with the gang PearlJam20 30June2013 Retire from SDSU after 29 years, ending as Computer Science Professor and chair of University Senate IIT (Instructional & Information Technology) standing committee